This old song, written by Harry McClintock, has its instrumental version recorded by Norman Blake. It was featured on the popular O Brother Where Art Thou movie soundtrack. It is a nice mid-tempo song with an interesting melody, playful chord progression and unusual number of bars. Keep in mind that the shuffle rhythm (dom di-di, dom di-di) is one of the key elements of many tunes - including this one. You can help keep the groove going in your soloing by putting dynamic emphasis on the off-beats (dom DI-di, dom DI-di - i.e. where you normally play chops when playing rhythm). The arrangement of the advanced solo uses a lot of 16th-notes with double stops. For the most part, it stays very close to the melody. However, there are a few spots that help to spice the solo up - like the slides in bars 3, 7, and 9. The triplet in bar 9 is played by two subsequent hammer-ons. Be careful not to speed up here. Use the metronome of the Tunefox player while practicing along at a slow tempo.